It’s Time to Clean Your Mobile Phone with a UV Phone Sanitizer

Even though we always do housework and focus on keeping the cleanliness in our homes, few of us pay attention to cleaning our mobile phones. Nowadays, the mobile phone has become an indispensable item in our life. When we are eating, working, or traveling, we always carry our phones with us. However, the sanitation of mobile phone surface has been ignored by most of us. Maybe it’s time to ‘clean’ your mobile phone with a UV phone sanitizer.

The reason why we should sanitize our phone

According to the Daily Telegraph, Dr. Simon Parks of the Department of Biology at the University of Surrey in the UK, led students to conduct an experiment. They printed their cell phone on a Petri dish and then cultured the bacteria left in it. Three days later, they were shocked by the results. The number of bacteria found was so large, which is 20 times the amount as in a toilet handle.

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It seems that our mobile phone is likely to be contaminated with dirty objects and because we do not wash our hands thoroughly. Although the scene in the Petri dish looks disgusting, most of the bacterium is actually harmless to the human body.

Does it mean that the bacteria on the surface of mobile phones are not a threat to people at all? 

The answer is absolutely no. Researchers also found that some bacteria on the surface of mobile phones can cause food poisoning, pustulosis, and even sepsis. Among the harmful bacteria found, Staphylococcus aureus is the most common one because it usually lives on our skin and nose. Staphylococcus aureus does not cause a healthy person to fall ill, while for a person with low immunity or a person with damage in the skin, it will enter the body to cause a series of infections, such as boils or skin abscesses. It can even lead to lung infections, meningitis and other diseases. In fact, more and more companies devote themselves to finding a way to solve this problem. For example, DMAX, an expert with 15 years of production experience in mobile phone accessories, tries its best to create advanced UV phone sanitizer to the world and finally makes it.

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So how can we prevent the harmful bacteria from being attached to our mobile phone? 

Firstly, place your mobile phone separated from your wallet, keys, cash, and other items. And then avoid touching other things when using mobile phones. It will be wise of you to eat without using your phone. At last, pay attention to the cleanliness of mobile phones and remember to sanitize your mobile phone regularly and maintain cleanliness. You can wipe the screens of your phones with alcohol. Another helper is a UV phone sanitizer. Take Cell Phone UV Sterilizer Cleaner from DMAX as an example. Scientifically tested by independent third-party laboratories, this UV phone sanitizer can kill 99.9% of common germs in 6 minutes with easy operation. You just put the phone inside it, close the cover and then push the button. After that, this UV phone sanitizer will start functioning. When it runs for 6 minutes, it would be turned off automatically. You can also add a couple drops of aromatic oil inside this device to freshen your phone while sanitizing. What’s more, it can fit the large size of phones and phablets including an iPhone XS, Samsung Note 9, S10 plus, etc. Also, it fits for iPods, mp3 players, Bluetooth earphones, toothbrushes, watches, toys, pacifiers, eyeglasses, keys and jewelry. One of the significant advantages is that, this UV phone sanitizer can charge your phone with USB cables or wireless while working.


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It’s never too late to sanitize your mobile phone. If you make up your mind to fight with the harmful bacteria and bring cleanliness to your phone, you can give it a try on DMAX’s UV phone sanitizer.

Daisy Andrew

I am Daisy Andrew, a knowledgeable and qualified blogger. I adore writing blog on many topics, like Home Improvement, Pet, Food, Automotive, Business, Health, Lifestyle etc.

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